According to Mashable, Google has been working on an app store for business users. The store would enable businessmen using Android handsets to quickly find apps they could use for work instead if having to navigate through soundboards and fart apps. Software providing things like word processing,, security and information porting would be some of the software offered to Google Apps customers. A Google spokesperson told Mashable, "We're constantly working with our partners to deliver more solutions to business,but we have nothing to announce at this time." The site said in its story that it is "fairly confident" that the store would be officially announced next week and could be introduced as soon as tomorrow. Now that Android has caught on strongly with the consumer and such handsets as the Motorola DROID and HTC's Nexus One have established themselves as viable iPhone alternatives, Google's next step is to get its open source OS into the boardrooms of corporations, a location where RIM's BlackBerry handsets and Microsoft's business solutions have traditionally been found. Can a green robot wear a pinstriped suit? We're about to find out soon.